Health and Safety Champion products

  • Health and Safety Risk Map
    The Health and Safety Risk Map was developed as a key tool in the identification of high-level risks and controls. The risk map was used by LOCOG to prioritise its efforts on the key health and safety risks that could...
  • The Food Safety and Sustainability Standard
    The Food Safety and Sustainability Standard outlined expectations and requirements for all catering provision across the Olympic Park. The Standard applied to all contractors that supplied catering facilities as part of their management of welfare arrangements.
  • The Food Safety and Sustainability Inspection Template
    The Food Safety and Sustainability Inspection Template was used as a means reviewing catering provision across the Olympic Park against the ODA Food Safety and Sustainability Standard to ensure that all caterers were audited in a transparent means and to...
  • The Food Safety and Sustainability Scorecard
    The ODA Food Safety and Sustainability Scorecard was part of the audit tools used to monitor performance against the requirements of the Food Safety and Sustainability Standard. The scorecard was also used by caterers to determine targets and improve their...
  • Health, Safety and Environment Standard
    The ODA Design and Construction Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) Standard and subsequent revisions set out and outlined HS&E expectations and requirements for all staff, accountable directors, stakeholders and suppliers. It applied to all design, engineering, construction, and maintenance works...
  • CDM Integrator’s Monthly CDM Coordinators Report to the Olympic
    The CLM monthly Construction, Design and Maintenance (CDM) Integrator’s report provides a monthly update and progress of the implementation of the CDM Regulations across the programme via the various CDM Coordinators (CDMCs) appointed within the programme. The report wraps up...
  • Organisation Chart for CDM Duty Holders
    The Organisation Chart for Construction, Design and Maintenance (CDM) Duty Holders provided clear visual guidance on the roles and responsibilities of the CDM Coordinators across the Olympic Park. It allowed users to contact, inform and provide the right information to...
  • London 2012 Food Vision
    The Food Vision was written with the help of food industry experts in 2009. Its aim was to ensure the food and drink at the Games was affordable for everyone, offered choice and diversity with plenty of healthy options, and...
  • Health, Food Award Benchmark
    The Food Award Benchmark set out guidance on how to offer and encourage healthy eating. It outlined the expectations against topic headings in detail and provided guidance on how to change food purchasing, preparation, cooking and service to achieve standards...
  • Behavioural-based Safety Maturity Matrices
    The Behavioural Safety Maturity Assessment Matrix was developed to identify where Tier One contractors were on the behavioural safety ‘journey’ and to help them recognise what needed to be enhanced with their own behaviour and safety culture activities.
  • Behavioural Safety Maturity Assessment Matrix
    The Behavioural Safety Maturity Assessment Matrix was developed to identify where the Tier One contractors were on the behavioural safety ‘journey’ and to help them recognise what needed to be enhanced in their own behaviour and safety culture activities.
  • Common Standards
    The intention of these Common Standards was to ensure that all Tier One contractors and their supply chains worked to, and complied with, the same high level of standards, ensuring a consistent joined-up approach.
  • Common Standard for the Supervisors’ Training Course
    This document was developed by the Health and Safety Leadership team with the National Construction College to train construction supervisors to better engage with the workforce, with an aim of improving behaviour and culture for safety.
  • Health and Safety Alert
    Health and Safety Alerts are used to raise awareness of a specific issue that has been identified as a potential hazard or risk during construction works. Depending upon the severity of risk, they were usually circulated across the London 2012...
  • Single Point of Contact terms of reference
    The Health, Safety and Environment (HS&E) Single Point of Contact (SPoC) terms of reference was a two-page document that outlined the role of this person during the early part of the construction phase within the programme. They were assigned to...
  • Risk profiling
    Health and Safety (H&S) ‘risk profiling’ was introduced to focus attention on the high-risk elements of construction work and prioritise assurance monitoring by the H&S Assurance team.
  • Example of SHE boxes on diagrams
    One of the key requirements of the Construction Design Maintenance (CDM) Regulations is the effective communication of risk and hazard information – ‘the right information to the right person at the right time’. Paragraph 134 (a) of the Approved Code...
  • Health and safety in the procurement process
    Health, safety and security is one of the ODA’s six priority themes, alongside design and accessibility, employment and skills, equality and inclusion, sustainability and legacy. Competence against each of the priority themes was considered during the procurement of all goods...